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to nowhere, a road that we've been on, stuck on for 30 years? remember in june in 2009, president obama offered the iranians a new beginning based on mutual respects, based on mutual interests, and that laid behind the grievances of the past. that approach, unfortunately, caught the iranians off guard you.because what he had done wao discredit decades of anti-american rhetoric, a staple of the diet to tehran. how does one thing as an enemy someone who sins you creating, who quotes the poet, and he speaks of mutual respect? something that the iranians have always said they wanted. the response to the president's outreach and offer was to say the least disappointing. it was as though the iranians saw him not as an enemy, but as something more dangerous, as a rival. the word they used was -- now, as our iranian friends know it means co-wife. [laughter] something more dangerous, more attractive and younger. and, therefore, something you fear more than the enemy. now, it's been five years since that original outreach. and, finally, these efforts, it looks like these efforts are getting a res
president obama governed. it did it in a 7500-word print magazine story. it ran online on the new website. it was one of the most highly trafficked stories of the year. there were more than a million page views so far for the long magazine article. i think it's challenges a lot of those incorrect conventional wisdom about what people will and won't read line. i think it's the kind of ambition that we're aiming for. which is to say to breakthrough the clutter and recognize that you can live in the twitter news cycle but don't have to be a captive of it. good journalism tends to do very well both in the dwitter world and beyond. and i think, you know we're not looking to unleash a flood content. we understand we are all drowning in information. we're connected with "politico." we're a part of "politico," which every day as you know, is pumping out tons of stories and items and updates and videos and news letters inspect is a robust journalistic echo system that already exist. what is the mission of a new daily public
created this new law and also expanded the disclosure may be more frequent than they have to disclose their financial transactions and it was signed by president obama with great fanfare but then something unusual happened about nine months ago. they basically gutted the bill and for those of you who think that bipartisanship is dead in washington dc, the stock proves it's not. what basically happened is that in the house it passed on a voice vote with no deviate. harry reid did the same thing in the house and president obama quietly signed it and basically gutted of the law. the answer to the question is that very little has changed. i think they are aware now that more people are watching what they are doing so perhaps some of the more egregious stuff that we saw before is gone but it remains a problem. thank you, great question. >> my name is david cooper. i stumbled on your book one time and there's a couple of things that came to mind that were fascinated. one was the second tarp vote but failed in the house and the about these $110 million worth of bribes and 57 members swapped
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